Innovation management experts Nicolaj Siggelkow and Christian Terwiesch reveal how businesses can spur long-term growth and efficiency by designing their own connected strategy.
Can you unlock the potential to create and nurture the crazy ideas that change the world? Physicist Safi Bahcall explains how in Loonshots: How to Nurture the Crazy Ideas That Win Wars, Cure Diseases, and Transform Industries.
Leaders must avoid being architects of decay by being champions of innovation, according to professor Gary Martin, CEO of the Australian Institute of Management in Western Australia.
David Burkus, author and speaker on Leadership and Innovation, explains why combining ideas is the secret to successful brainstorming.
Founder of Digital Exits, Jock Purtle outlines the 5 key considerations for companies to remain innovative in the year ahead.
Former Chief Innovation Officer and author of the bestselling book Sustainovation, Nick Kittle shares his expertise on how governments can develop sustained innovation programmes.
CIO of Publicis One Portugal, Tiago Strecht explains how Artificial Intelligence is empowering the company's global workforce.
Professor of Strategic Management at HEC Paris, Bertrand Moingeon looks into the potential of airborne drones in the strategic innovation of organisations.
The Chief Innovation Officer of IBM Services, North America, Hemang Dave sheds light on how the company has been driving sustained innovation for over a century.
Football coach and author Cody Royle believes companies should take a leaf out of the pro sports' playbook and invest in people innovation.
Venture-builder Pedro da Cunha shares his secret for creating profitable startups that create value: the power of collective intelligence.
Three Chief Innovation Officers tell us what makes this recent role so important to the success of every business and why companies should be hiring people just like them.
Cryptocurrency and blockchain adviser Markus Wyss tells us why he believes that the innovation possibilities of blockchain technology are limitless.
Karina R. Jensen, author of the recently published book "Leading Global Innovation", presents a new framework for facilitating multicultural innovation and collaboration.
Mathias Hubert and Togo Ribeiro, managers in Beijaflore Consulting Group, help you put in place an effective predictive maintenance strategy.
Colin Pyle, the co-founder of CRU Kafe, an ethical, organic coffee brand, is also an adventurous, innovative spirit, and a closer observer of the London start-up scene.
Dalia Turner, HR Director at Microsoft Portugal, takes us on a run to understand the relevance of milestones and feedback at work.
Rumman Ahmad, an MSc in Creativity and Change Leadership from Buffalo State University, talks about how corporate change can seem so daunting and how to navigate it step by step.
Aylin Olsun, a leading consultant on leadership and innovation in Turkey, tells us why innovation can help companies attract and retain increasingly demanding employees.
Filipe Mota Pinto, recently nominated Financial Times Top 50 Future Leader Worldwide on Diversity Causes, shares 7 ways for energy companies to stay ahead in the race.
This year, the Disruption Summit Europe will celebrate its three-year anniversary by looking back on all the things that have changed since it first began. The event, which will take place on the 10th of September in London, will focus on three main topics: Technology, Innovation and Purpose.
August is often that month when you finally have time to pick up a book. If you need inspiration, we’ve gathered the latest reads for innovation managers. From hiring tips to scaling innovation, Big Tech concerns to the power of crazy ideas, these books are bound to provide plenty of food for thought this summer.
While high-income countries still lead the way when it comes to innovation, there has been something of a shift in the global innovation landscape, with middle-income economies climbing up the ranks, according to the Global Innovation Index 2019.
Part of TRANSFORM 2019, VentureBeat recently presented the AI Innovation Awards, which recognise innovation in the field of Artificial Intelligence. The awards were presented on July 11th in San Francisco by Ople, a startup focused on “using AI to build AI” and which aims to make AI as ubiquitous and achievable as possible.
In this recent TED Interview podcast, the curator of TED Chris Anderson speaks to technologist Kai-Fu Lee about the battle between the West and China in Artificial Intelligence, and what it means for the future of work.
By the end of 2020, the volume of big data will reach 44 trillion gigabytes, with the potential to change the business world exponentially. To compete in the digital age, organisations must harness the data they have available to them and use it to discover hidden insights, new opportunities for growth and ultimately drive innovation.